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Closed-end funds provide several benefits to investors over mutual funds.
Despite trade war fears, semiconductors and emerging markets saw the selling dry up and FXI -- an exchange-traded fund to be long on China -- was green all day, while Caterpillar and Deere and Co. saw no selling, either.
When traders are flailing and investors are drowning, examples work best to illustrate what happens before a bottom is reached.
Both Washington and Beijing have no shortage of options for inflicting major economic damage on the other party. That provides some reasons to think a near-term truce will eventually be reached, even if there are long-term consequences to this fight.
Auto-dealer inventories, especially for light trucks and SUVs, are so high in historical terms that they're likely to provide a drag on the U.S. economy this year, Bank of America economists warn in a new report. Vehicle manufacturers like Ford and GM may have have to slow down their assembly lines.
There are ways to invest in the basket of companies that have increased their dividends for years on end that go beyond ETFs; here are a couple of them.
A study of analyst recommendations at the major brokerages shows that Caterpillar Inc. is the #21 broker pick, on average, out of the 30 stocks making up the Dow Jones Industrial Average, according to ETF Channel.
Then is the time to buy -- and it should soon be here.
Jim Cramer reviews stocks poised to profit, and those at risk -- until we get some sign of a truce in the trade war.
Stocks ended down Friday as a late report the US-China trade talks have stalled undercut earlier gains.
On day three, the sellers forget why they sold and the buyers remember why they like stocks.
The editor of a state run Chinese newspaper speculates that Boeing could be singled out in the country's trade war with the U.S.
China's retaliatory tariffs spark biggest selloff on Wall Street since January.
President Trump has decided that the U.S. simply shouldn't do business with China and if you do you are going to have to pay the price.
Apple shares traded near a two-month low Monday as investors worried that fresh tariffs on China-made imports into the United States will either raise price or depress earnings for the world's biggest tech company.
U.S. stock futures extended declines Monday after China said it would hike tariffs on $60 billion worth of U.S. imports to 25% following the collapse of last week's trade talks in Washington.
The markets staged a big reversal Friday after the China tariffs and Uber's IPO thud. Jim Cramer's got your game plan for next week.
Only economists and pundits seem to be worried about a pending crash that might never occur.
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